Asda shoppers will be able to bag Gucci clothes for as little as £12 tomorrow – so you better be quick

WHO doesn’t love a good bargain – especially when it’s Gucci and starting at a mere £12.

On your marks, set, GO!

Gucci hunt in Asda? Who would’ve thought!

Over the years, Asda’s become one of the favourite retailers in the UK – with some of the lowest prices in the market, it’s easy to see why so many households choose this brand name.

As much as we love Asda, the beloved Italian high fashion brand, Gucci, and your local Asda is a combination neither of us saw coming.

George at Asda has announced that on Friday, November 26, it will be selling a wide range of pre-loved Gucci garments across stores for its customers to purchase.

But there’s a little twist…

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To make the hunt a tad bit more exciting, the retailer hasn’t revealed which store locations will have the gems – the shoppers will have to go on a hunt, with cheeky staff hiding the items.

Whoever is lucky enough to track down the goods will be able to take them home for as little as £12 – when the real retail value goes into thousands.


The unusual move – the Fabulous team struggles to think of a time when this has happened before – coincides with the premier and release of House of Gucci, starring such big names as Jared Leto and Lady Gaga.

Announced earlier in 2021 as part of the retailer’s ‘George for Good’ commitment, this glamorous stunt is run in association with vintage wholesaler PreLoved, the company’s sustainability partner.

Not sure about you, but we will definitely be spending tomorrow running from one Asda to the next one!

Rest up – tomorrow will be a long day!

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